We’re a small, third-generation family-owned manufacturing business with a quality-built product and exceptional national reputation.
And, we’re looking for wire-feed welders and general laborers to join our team.
Come work with us.
Your contributions are valued here
We believe that when we work together as a team, we’ll be successful as a team—and that means more money in everyone’s pocket.
What’s more, we value your ideas and desire to grow.
Have an idea to help us work more efficiently without sacrificing quality? We’re 110% willing to give it a try. Want to learn how to weld? If you’re willing to put in the time, we’ll help you develop those skills and grow into a full-time welding position.
Feel a sense of pride in your employer
We’ve been committed to superior quality, service, and innovation since 1945.
We frequently launch disruptive industry innovations while our competitors follow behind, copying our work as they go. We also have an outstanding reputation among our customers for exceptional service—even after the sale.
In short, we take great pride in our work. We believe you will, too.
Receive competitive pay & benefits
You work hard for us. We’ll work hard for you.
Nedland employees can count on the following:
- Guaranteed 40 hours per week—all 1st shift positions and no weekends
- Competitive pay
- Holiday bonus
- Disability insurance
- Paid holidays
- Paid personal and vacation days
Enjoy the perks of the Ridgeland area
Live outside northwest Wisconsin and looking for a change?
The Ridgeland area is dotted with friendly little towns and, compared to the Twin Cities, the cost of living is incredibly cheap.
Love the outdoors? This is the place to be. You’ll have access to great hunting, ATV and snowmobile trails, and small lakes for fishing and boating.
Current job openings
- Wire-Feed Welders: Welders must have some experience and pass a basic welding test prior to hire.
- General Laborers: No previous experience required to apply.
Fill out our form—or call Nedland at 1-800-447-4925 and ask for Curt Olson.